Thursday, July 2, 2015
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Society for Advancement of Scientific Hermeneutics (SASH)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 17, 2015
Washington, D.C., May 17, 2015: Medical abuse-victims' rights group Society for Advancement of Scientific Hermeneutics (SASH), announces its Occupy the USDOJ protest beginning June 1, in Washington, D.C. This Occupy movement, led by a group of chronically ill and disabled activists, is a direct result of the medical abuse they say has been inflicted upon them by government and the medical/pharmaceutical corporate complex.
The Occupy leaders state in their criminal charge sheets that there is a common disease mechanism linking Lyme disease, ME/CFS, Gulf War Illness, Fibromyalgia and Autism. Furthermore, to expose such mechanism would reveal rampant fraud and racketeering within the CDC and other entities, as well as the cause of the autism pandemic. All abused patient groups are encouraged to join this peaceful but passionate protest on the steps of USDOJ,950 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington,DC, USA , from June 1 until July 4.
Through a massive compilation of published scientific research and public-record documents, SASH makes a convincing case for Lyme Disease, ME/CFS, Gulf War Illness, Fibromyalgia and Autism sharing a common mechanism of fungal-induced immunosuppression, known to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as "PostSepsis Syndrome." They report that such immunosuppression leads to the chronic reactivation in the central nervous system of multiple viruses such as Epstein-Barr Virus, Cytomegalovirus and HHV-6, leading to cancers and an AIDS-like disease. SASH also shares evidence that the interaction of fungi with attenuated viruses in vaccine vials causes the reactivation of those viruses and ultimately, the diseases they are meant to prevent.
The group's primary charge centers on the USDOJ's failure to take action on a whistleblower complaint that was filed in July 2003 by Kathleen Dickson, a former analytical chemist at pharmaceutical giant Pfizer. Her complaint alleged that CDC officers, Yale University medical faculty and others committed research fraud to falsify the current, Dearborn case definition (2-tiered test standard) in order to falsify the outcomes of the OspA vaccines, namely LYMErix, which was pulled from the market after an FDA ultimatum to the manufacturer.
Ms. Dickson's complaint further alleged that the very same government employees who committed these crimes stood to gain substantial financial rewards from a monopoly on all tick-borne diseases, vaccines and test kits. Additionally, their falsification of the Lyme disease case definition and treatment guidelines have left 85% of actual Lyme sufferers unable to obtain diagnosis, treatment, or insurance coverage for their AIDS-and cancer-like illness.
An abundance of scientific and historical evidence is presented in the charge sheets. Many of the citations refer to the alleged criminals' own peer-reviewed, published research papers and patent documents, which paint a chilling picture of the extreme effort that SASH says has been made by the alleged criminals to deny basic healthcare to an estimated 30 million sufferers in the United States. They say that the extent of deceit and corruption, with intent to deny an illness, goes far beyond anything that occurred in the early days of AIDS activism.
They are calling on USDOJ to prosecute for the fraud and racketeering charges, which have left millions of people to suffer in isolation while being ridiculed by doctors, family members and employers as psychosomatic or lazy. The victims, often bankrupted by the high cost of out-of-pocket medical expenses, and unable to work due to illness, frequently commit suicide to escape their continuous denial of basic human rights.
For additional information and to view the charge sheets, visitwww.ohioactionlyme.org
Saturday, June 27, 2015
Around 300,000 people contract the tick borne disease every year. We discuss what you should know about contracting, diagnosing and treating Lyme disease.
- Dr. John Aucott director, Lyme Disease Clinical Research Center at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He is the president of the Lyme Disease Research Foundation.
- Dr. Sunil Sood chairman of pediatrics, Southside Hospital North Shore-LIJ Health System; attending, Infectious Diseases at Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York; professor of pediatrics and family medicine, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine.
- Paul Roepe co-director, the Center for Infectious Disease at Georgetown University; professor of chemistry at Georgetown University Medical Center.
- Dr. Neil Spector author, "Gone In A Heartbeat: A Physician's Search For True Healing". He is associate professor for the departments of medicine and pharmacology and cancer biology at the Duke University School of Medicine.